Haj regulations state that pilgrims who do not comply with terms and requirements of the entry visa to Saudi Arabia to perform Haj will not be allowed to enter the Kingdom, Ministry of Haj spokesman Hatim Qadhi said in a statement carried by Saudi Press Agency, Friday. These terms require women below 45 years of age to be accompanied by a male guardian during the pilgrimage, and this is stipulated in a woman’s visa or that of her sponsor regardless of nationality.
STRASBOURG (France) - France's Socialist government vowed Thursday to do more to integrate the country's Muslims but warned that it would not tolerate the country becoming a hotbed of mic radicalism.
The price of petrol will rise by at least 21 cents a litre on Wednesday, the energy department said.
1. Muslim leaders challenge US President Obama
2. Turkey to block access to anti-Islam film
3. Brazilian court bans anti-Islam film from YouTube
4. Adult education textbooks found dumped
5. Matrics face limited spots at tertiary institutions
"Hundreds of textbooks and other resources for the adult literacy programme, some still in wrapped boxes, stand abandoned in a dilapidated out-building in my constituency," said provincial DA finance spokesperson Mike Moriarty in a statement.
A court in Brazil said it has ordered YouTube to remove clips of the movie that has touched off deadly protests across the Muslim world, the latest in a spate of court-ordered content-removal cases against the video-sharing site.
Muslim leaders demanded international action to stop religious insults in a challenge to US President Barack Obama’s defence of freedom of expression at the UN General Assembly.
Matrics wanting a place at universities or universities of technology are facing near impossible odds as tens of thousands apply for a limited number of spots at tertiary institutions in KwaZulu-Natal.
1. Assange mocks Obama over free speech
2. Zuma appointed to UN education panel
3. No excuse for lawless strikes
4. Emergency services on high alert as transport strike continues
5. SAHUC: ‘All on track for Haj’